Is trichloroethylene considered a hazardous waste?

Answer Trichloroethylene (TCE) is a hazardous material that can enter the groundwater supply. If trichloroethylene is present in more than 300 parts per billion, it is advisable to stop using the water fo... Read More »

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Are AC adapters considered hazardous waste?

AC adapters are not considered hazardous waste. They are a less toxic alternative to household batteries. Batteries contain contain mercury, zinc, silver, lithium and cadmium, which can be harmful ... Read More »

Are batteries considered hazardous waste in Florida?

In Florida, nickel-cadmium batteries or enclosed lead-acid rechargeable batteries are considered hazardous waste and may not be thrown out with regular garbage. Such batteries can either be recycle... Read More »

Are beauty products considered hazardous waste in Glendale, California?

Beauty products that contain materials the state of California has defined as harmful to the environment and human health, when improperly disposed of, are considered hazardous waste by the City of... Read More »

Rhode Island DEM Hazardous Materials and Hazardous Waste Regulations?

The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM) regulates hazardous waste, as well as medical waste and waste oil. The RIDEM does not regulate hazardous materials that are usable pr... Read More »